Regulation 5 - Signalling equipment
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Regulation 5 - Signalling equipment

  (1) A daylight signalling lamp shall be provided, the operation of which is not solely dependent upon the mail source of electrical power. The power supply shall in any case include a portable battery.

  (2) Vessels of 45 m in length and over shall be provided with a full complement of flags and pennants to enable communications to be sent using the International Code of Signals.

  (3) All vessels which, in accordance with the present Protocol, are required to carry radio installations shall carry the International Code of Signals. This publication shall also be carried by any other vessel which, in the opinion of the Administration, has a need to use it.

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